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Las Chicas del Cable bring fierce feminism to a time reigned by men

Natasha Molina
May 10, 2017
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Amidst the start of the first phone operating service in the 1920's, four working class Chicas of Madrid embark in Netflix's period drama; las Chicas Del Cable.These women from different parts of Spain befriend each other while working as the first phone operators of their time.They find themselves ...

Guardians of the Galaxy come back strong with its sequel

Marck Parra
May 9, 2017
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In true Marvel fashion, things get more and more elaborate in the latest installment of Marvel's quirky franchise, Guardians of the Galaxy.Space battles, planet-warping and narrowly escaping death follow as the Guardians make their way to a remote planet.Starlord, Gamora, Drax the Destroyer, Rocket Racoon an...

Lana Del Rey saves lives

Benjamin Garcia
May 1, 2017
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Lust For Life is a life-saver. Lana Del Rey is about to cure the depression she gave us in high school with her new optimistic lyrics; but the sound is not for everyone. In these dark times-- when there is a fascist sitting in the oval office, our rocky relations with North Korea are hastily becoming...

Kendrick Lamar releases his fourth album; DAMN

Max Perez
April 17, 2017
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DAMN, every other album that's been released this year is irrelevant. It may be a bold statement, but the minute Compton City rapper Kendrick Lamar dropped his fourth official album titled DAMN, the whole rap world stopped and listened, then realized they can't hang. No disrespect to Raekwon, Drake a...

Fans of Rick and Morty were fooled on April Fools Day

Marck Parra
April 5, 2017
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In an ultimate April Fool's Day prank, creators of the hugely popular cartoon, "Rick and Morty," released the highly-anticipated first episode of the third season on April 1st to the confusing and disbelief of fans."Rick and Morty" is a show on Adult Swim about an alcoholic, mad scientist (Rick) an...

Lana del Rey announces album and witchcraft

Benjamin Garcia
April 5, 2017
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Some suspected it in the music video Born To Die -- where she sits on a throne, dressed like Baphomet -- has sex on an altar (a car) -- and chants verses resembling Freemason initiation rituals. She hinted to it in the song, The Blackest Day: "You should've known better/ Than to have to let her/ G...

The new Beauty and the Beast falls short to expectations

Briana Velarde
March 29, 2017
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Second week and Beauty and the Beast is still dominating box office.This version of the film is quite similar in structure of the plot.The film had a strong production design and the large musical set pieces. I can’t think of a musical in a long time that had such satisfyingly staged musical s...

Don’t Sleep on “More Life”

Michael Cueto
March 27, 2017
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October's very own Drake gives us, "More Life," which includes guest appearances by Kanye West, 2 Chainz, Young Thug, Quavo, Giggs and Sampha. None of these artists disappointed in delivery, however, lyrically I felt they could have delivered more. The album contains great samplings reminiscent of t...

The Bright Sessions Podcast Review

The Bright Sessions Podcast Review

Karina Quiran-Juarez
March 23, 2017
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Are you a fan of superheroes? How about superheroes in therapy? If you answer yes to either of those questions, then The Bright Sessions, created by Lauren Shippen, should definitely be on your radar. The Bright Sessions is an immersive audio drama podcast that is both fascinating and compelling, takes st...

A Dog’s Purpose is an instant dog lover classic

A Dog’s Purpose is an instant dog lover classic

David Jenkins
January 9, 2017
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If you aren’t a dog person, that just might change by the end of this film. The demographic was obviously towards dog lovers. How one can walk away from this film and dislike dogs is beyond me. A Dog's Pupose is a film that will pierce the hearts of dog lovers and the not so dog lovers alike. It would ...

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